Posts belonging to Category 'cours-d-anglais-gratuits'
This video gives instructions on making blackberry and apple jam. Watch it to see how much you can understand. If you want, try making the jam yourself! here are some words in the video: blackberry: mûr pips: pépins skin: peau pan: casserole sieve: passoir to weigh: peser ladle: louche
Here is a vocabulary exercise on family members. Use the family tree to find out what relationship the family members are to the others. You can download this as a PDF and print it for yourself or your students – it’s free. Click here for the PDF version. examples grandfather, father, mother, son, daughter, grandson, [...]
watch the video here JR: What kind of evidence could old Cliff Barnes possibly have had to connect me with that counter-revolution? Bobby: JR, he has plenty. JR: Well I mean, what specifically? Bobby: I can’t reveal that – it’s classified senate information JR: Bobby, are you telling me you can’t reveal to your own [...]
Here is a mind map that I made of some useful words about holidays and travelling. My mind map is not a great learning tool for you. The mind maps that you make yourself are extemely useful to help you identify which words you need and which words you don’t know in English. Mind mapping [...]
Smiley Girl clipart from Clker.com Very often I hear my students say things like: “I was enjoy to see my friend” This is not correct. “Enjoy” is a verb and not an adjective. So this sentence should be: “I was very happy to see my friend” How to use enjoy? Where did you go? – [...]
Do you smoke? Would you like to stop? Do you agree with the ban on smoking in public places? Which is more dangerous: smoking, alcohol or cannabis?
Can you guess the word for today? Watch the video and listen to the clues (les indices)
In this lesson Paul shows how we can add -ly to time units to make adverbs and adjectives: yearly, monthly, weekly, daily, hourly. Note the spelling change for ‘daily’. There is a simple exercise at the end of the video to practise using these words.
Two versions of the same report: one with, the other without subtitles. Listen and read once or twice, then watch the video with no subtitles. If you have the time, do this again and again until you are able to understand every word ! It’s a good way to progress in your understanding of spoken [...]
Choose a Study Mode Scatter Learn Flashcards Study these flash cards Use the flashcards to memorise some vocabulary related to eating out. Notice how we use some (a lot of, in fact) French words and expressions – this is because, like the food itself, English food vocabulary is quite poor. There are dozens of French [...]
Attention aux mots qui se terminent avec “ing”. Ce ne sont pas toujours le mot qu’on employerait en anglais: parking -a car park – “parking” est l’action de se garer (gérondif) pressing -the dry cleaner’s – “nettoyage à sec” literallement dressing -a walk-in wardrobe footing -jogging camping -a camp site (“camping” est faire du camping) [...]
Voice of America Learning English (VOA) is a good place to practise your listening comprehension. On the VOA Youtube channel you will find business reports, like the one you can see here and general interest news stories. I will be putting more of their videos here on anglais-facile.com as I think they could be a [...]
This simple video gives lots of examples of how to use the “do”. Although this is basic stuff, and completely natural for native speakers, French speakers of all levels sometimes forget to use it. It can be confusing when you want to ask a question using the verb “do”, because the auxiliary is also “do”! [...]